GES 110 (SUMMER 2014) (37578)

GES 110

Activities in Physical Science 

*Add/Drop period is 06/02- 06/08. Permission number from instructor is required for enrollment .*

A laboratory course intended to demonstrate some of the basic ideas of physical science.  Emphasizes the scientific method, collection and interpretation of data, graphical representations of data and their significance, and the principles of good experimental design, as related to physical science.  Experiment subjects will focus on the larger overriding principles of physical science, such as the Law of Conservation of Mass, the Law of Conservation of Energy, Newton's Laws of Motion, Properties of Light, etc. 

A laboratory course intended to demonstrate some of the basic ideas of physical science.  Emphasizes the scientific method, collection and interpretation of data, graphical representations of data and their significance, and the principles of good experimental design, as related to physical science.  Experiment subjects will focus on the larger overriding principles of physical science, such as the Law of Conservation of Mass, the Law of Conservation of Energy, Newton's Laws of Motion, Properties of Light, etc. 

 

A laboratory course intended to demonstrate some of the basic ideas of physical science.  Emphasizes the scientific method, collection and interpretation of data, graphical representations of data and their significance, and the principles of good experimental design, as related to physical science.  Experiment subjects will focus on the larger overriding principles of physical science, such as the Law of Conservation of Mass, the Law of Conservation of Energy, Newton's Laws of Motion, Properties of Light, etc. 

 

A laboratory course intended to demonstrate some of the basic ideas of physical science.  Emphasizes the scientific method, collection and interpretation of data, graphical representations of data and their significance, and the principles of good experimental design, as related to physical science.  Experiment subjects will focus on the larger overriding principles of physical science, such as the Law of Conservation of Mass, the Law of Conservation of Energy, Newton's Laws of Motion, Properties of Light, etc. 

 

A laboratory course intended to demonstrate some of the basic ideas of physical science.  Emphasizes the scientific method, collection and interpretation of data, graphical representations of data and their significance, and the principles of good experimental design, as related to physical science.  Experiment subjects will focus on the larger overriding principles of physical science, such as the Law of Conservation of Mass, the Law of Conservation of Energy, Newton's Laws of Motion, Properties of Light, etc. 

 

May not be taken for credit by students who have received credit for GES 101.

Enrollment restricted to students who have completed the Lower-Division General Education requirement in Physical Science (B1).

Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal.

Non-matriculated students: This class has 1 or more pre requisites. In order to add this class you will need to bring documentation ( ex: unofficial/official transcript) showing you have completed the course pre-requisites or the equivalent to Extended Learning for review. If it is determined you meet the requirements to enroll in this class you will be given a pre-requisite waiver form and permission number.

For detailed information about student fees, adding or dropping a course and refund information please visit: http://www.csusm.edu/el/creditcourses/summer/refunds.html 

Course No: 37578
Units: 1.0
Begin Date: June 2, 2014
End Date: July 3, 2014
Begin Time: 9:00am
End Time: 10:50am
Meeting Days: T/W/TH
Location: Science Hall II 251
Instructor: Michael Burin
**Please see course description above for how to register and pay for this course.